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Looking to transform those whiteboard photos into PDFs? (UN)WHITEBOARD has you covered. Simply email photos of your whiteboard work can be emailed to All you need to do is email your whiteboard photos to the provided email address and you’ll receive some rather nice PDFs for your convenience. Before getting started, a sample converted document can be viewed on the site. This version is compatible...
4Teachers: Teach with Technology

This website was created by staff members at the Advanced Learning Technologies Project at the University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning. It's well designed, and has a diverse set of resources that will help teachers integrate technology into their classrooms. Visitors who may be on the fence about bringing different technologies into the classroom should definitely check out the...
A Place of Our Own

The multiple award-winning PBS television series, website and outreach program, A Place of Our Own, and the Spanish language version, Los Ni'os en su Casa is aimed at child caregivers including parents, grandparents, daycare workers, and nannies. The goal is to give child caregivers a supportive and informative place to turn for help with the important task of caring for children of their own or...
AASL: Best Websites for Teaching and Learning 2017

For K-12 teachers and librarians, the American Association of School Librarians (AASL) recently released its annual list of the Best Websites for Teaching and Learning. This list offers a useful one-stop shop for educators and others in search of free online resources that "encourage a community of learners to explore and discover." These resources are organized into categories including...

For academics all over the world, is a place "to share their research, monitor deep analytics around the impact of their research, and track the research of academics they follow." Currently, over one million academics have signed up, and there are over 1.2 million papers available online here. It is completely free to sign up, and registered members can share their own professional...

Open Educational Resources (OER) are invaluable assets for teachers and researchers alike. These no-cost, open access resources allow educators and students to find information, but navigating the wealth of OER on the web or creating new resources can be intimidating for newcomers. This course, created by Carrie Gits of Austin Community College Library Services, provides 10 modules on OER that...

The University of Washington's award-winning DO-IT Center (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking and Technology) collaborates with AccessSTEM, which has been funded by the National Science Foundation since 2002. AccessSTEM, aims to "broaden participation in STEM fields and improve those fields with the perspectives and expertise of people with disabilities." Visitors to the site who are...
Achieving the Dream: Community Colleges Count

Bringing a more diverse student body into the world of higher education is important, and a number of organizations have teamed up "to help more students reach their individual goals, which may include earning a community college certificate or degree." The organizations involved with the "Achieving the Dream" initiative include The American Association of Community Colleges and The Community...

Lifelong learners will want to bookmark this resource. Alison is highly regarded as "one of the world's largest free learning platforms for education and skills training." Launched in Galway, Ireland in 2007, the platform has grown and garnered a worldwide base, with more than 18 million learners across 195 countries. Users should click the green "Sign Up" button in the top-right corner to get...
American Journal of Play

How is the concept of "play" changing? How do varying social norms, conceptions of childhood, and educational policy impact play? The American Journal of Play is dedicated to "the history, science, and culture of play." Published by the Strong Museum - the "national museum of play" in Rochester, New York - the journal features contributions from psychologists, educational scholars, historians,...
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